I offered 3 examples in the original post!<quoted text>
I am unaware of Americans adding syllables to words, unless you are talking about people deep in the Bible Belt who will turn a two syllable word into a three syllable word almost every time and when pushed take it all the way up to four. Listen to a television evangelist from Georgia say "Jesus" some day. When the saliva starts to fly you will hear a good four or even five syllables there.
Now of course the British do tend to elide the occasional syllable. I often hear them talking about how an appliance needs a "bat tree". Hear baseball bats are usually made out of White Ash, or perhaps they are talking about the nocturnal animals that really don't get stuck in people's hair. Of course I have no idea what that has to do with a remote control.
Go ahead an use the word "Capiche". My prejudices need some loosening up now and then.
obliged -> obligated
oriented -> orientated
use -> utilize (yes the latter is a real word too but now used too often in the former sense esp by MBA types)